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Google’s Emma Haruka Iwao breaks Pi world record

Credit: Mashable- Published 1 week ago
The world record for most accurate value of pi has been broken. Emma Haruka Iwao, who has worked at Google for nearly four years, found the new digits of pi by using the company’s cloud computing service. She managed to calculate pi to 31 trillion digits. Read more...

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